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Fresh update on "david" discussed on Financial Issues with Dan Celia
"Yeah. You know what I mean? It's the key is not to It's not what you're retiring from. It's what you're retiring into. And one of the greatest things you can retire into. Is that evangelism, however, you may choose to do it. Bye. Let's all die. Go to heaven and take his many people with this is we can Yeah, well, we've got about two dozen people here. In Louisiana. And we concentrate on the colleges. Mm hmm. It's a great place to names will be That sure is a great place to be so hard. We need our generation great place today. We shall do so We got a bunch of evangelist stand trying to Lord's work. And thank you, Dan for Open yourself. You're welcome on. I appreciated David. God bless you. Good stuff. 16 363. 16 363. 11 cents. 16 363. 11 10 David from That was David. Okay, Well, how much time we You know, Where's my clock? Okay. Um, there's an interesting comment on social media. Mac says. Comment about parlor. If we all move to parlor that's what the left would want. We will lose our influence to the very people we need to influence and just be preaching to the car. Well. Yeah, I've never had any any positive experience and reaching the people on the left so It just kind of annoying. I never have either. I've been trying for a long, long time in between the censorship. Um, you know, I remember one time, um Franklin Graham retweeted. One of my tweets. I forget what itwas about. I don't remember. And then President Trump Retweeted. Franklin Graham's Retweet of mine Tweet. And as you can imagine our count lit up. I would say. Less than Less than 80%. Those people that followed me. As a result of that actually stuck because I was counting way were counting and they were followed, and You know, four hours later, they were all wrong. And that's remembers me saying then that's it. I'm done, but I stuck around for a couple more years fortune. I feel like business content. I mean, if you didn't like business content, you wouldn't be listening to the show, Right? What if I could give you even more of what you like now? We've never met. But I'm willing to bet you were very busy between your work family and outside commitments..
Pence Visits Georgia as Calm Before Potential Trump Storm
"I'm him. Who's Oh Fox News Vice President Mike Pence was in Georgia yesterday and President Trump will be there tonight ahead of next month's razor Thin Senate runoff races pitting David Perdue and Kelly Leffler against Democrats. Jonah Soft and Raphael Warnock role of the U. S Senate hangs in the balance that would if Democrats win deliver prison elect Biden a super majority with pretty much unchecked power to undo many of the Things that President Trump has done over the last four years, and no one knows that better than Vice President Pitts, who came here yesterday to rally with senators Purdue in La Flor, Pleading with George is to get out and vote. Fox has quit, Jenkins, Republican National Committee chairwoman Rana McDaniel tells Fox and friends what's at stake. If you want to have a check on Chuck Schumer and Democrats and what they will do to stack the Supreme Court and get rid of the filibuster and embrace the green new deal and destroy our economy and destroy The country We love. We need to make sure we send Republicans to the Senate, Former President
Fresh update on "david" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"President Mike Pence, campaigned in Savannah, hoping to reignite the president's based their toe. In the high stakes and run off for Republican senators, David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. I know we've all got our doubts about the last election, and I actually hear some people saying Just don't vote. My fellow Americans. If you don't vote they wins. Message from that doubt has been partly influenced by President Trump's baseless claims that he lost Georgia due to fraudulent absentee ballots and rigged voting machines. That was CBS Is Chip Reid reporting coming up on WBZ. How much snow is your area? Getting will tell you Keep it here for state of Massachusetts has over.
Washington DC, Arlington Memorial Bridge fully reopens after 2 years
"When Case you're out driving, and you haven't heard this yet the cones are gone. All six lanes air now open on the Arlington Memorial Bridge. After over two years, constructionism for the project has been a success. It's come in on time and on budget, and it will extend the life of the bridge first. 75 years that was Interior Secretary David Bernhardt at the bridge is reopening. This was the first complete rehab in the bridge is 88 year, history work has been done on the historic granite and the bridges, support and road service have all been replaced. But Jonathan Schafer with the National Park Service says that this is more than just a transportation project. Arlington Memorial Bridge is a monument to the sacrifices of our nation's veterans. It's a ceremonial entrance to nation's capital, Luke Luker w T. O P. News.
Trump rallies for Republican Senators Loeffler and Perdue in Georgia
"In Georgia this evening, but White House correspondent Greg Clarkin reports it could be a tense visit. The president will host a rally for senators David Perdue and Kelly La Flor as they prepare for runoff elections in early January. Mr Trump backs their re election bids to secure a GOP majority in the U. S Senate. But he's also been engaged in a public spat with two of Georgia's top Republican elected officials, the governor and secretary of state The president is angry. They certified Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential race, and he's accused them of enabling widespread voter fraud. Greg Clugston,
CDC recommends "universal mask wearing" outside home
"The CDC has issued its strongest guidance yet on masks. The agency is calling for universal mask wearing for all activity outside of your home, CBS News Medical contributor, Dr David Egas says it's crucial at a moment in time when we have record numbers of cases, a record numbers of death the United States. It's certainly critical that we stop the spread of this virus and what that means is Every person, whether their work or whether they're out needs to be wearing a mask.
Questions Surround Equity of Future COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution in New York City
"Of equity came up repeatedly as a New York City Council committee hearing address, distributing the covered vaccine. There are comments of blue collar workers and communities of color will get a fair shot. Health Committee chairman Mark Levin asked Health Commissioner David Dave Toschi about the top priority group of health care workers. Will the staff that is prioritized in health care facilities and nursing homes in face one, eh? Include not just medical personnel, but also People who work in housekeeping translation. Uh, security cafeterias and others who are clearly in contact with covert patients and are doing a great service and are at risk. Yes. Well, first thank you for asking this very important question. You know, someone who has taken care of patients and clinics and hospitals, a doctor, I will be the first person to tell you that there is no way that patients would get good care were it not for the support of all of that non clinical staff, including You know the specific roles that you have mentioned on. So many of them have been helping with the care of covert 19 patients over the last few months, Eh? So we are working with New York state. With respect Tonto, the prioritization of high risk health care workers and exactly what that will encompass. I'll give you a few, You know, sort of principles with respect who will be prioritized. First staff. Who do you work directly with covert 19 patients as a zoo? We've discussed particularly in higher risk settings like emergency departments and intensive care units. Also people who are providing direct services in areas where there are covert 19 patients cleaning staff people who may be handling deceased bodies. Transport services. Those air are part of the draft guidance as well that city health Commissioner Dave Toschi, he
Pentagon installs 2 Trump allies on defense advisory board
"The Pentagon is ousted the members of the defense advisory board and replace them with eleven new members including two campaign advisers to president trump acting defense secretary Christopher Miller installed last month after the firing of mark esper announced the purge of the nine member defense business board which provides Pentagon leaders with independent advice and recommendations from a private sector perspective nine were let go and eleven new members have been appointed including Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie trump loyalists who worked on both of his presidential campaigns the Pentagon's also announced it's pulling most U. S. troops out of Somalia a post election pushed by president trump to shrink US involvement abroad Jackie Quinn Washington
Washington DC's Arlington Memorial Bridge fully reopens after 2 years
"Between between D D C C and and Northern Northern Virginia. Virginia. The The cones cones are are gone gone and and all all six six lanes lanes and and sidewalk sidewalk seven seven re re open open on on the the Arlington. Arlington. Memorial Memorial Bridge. Bridge. After After over over two two years, years, constructionism constructionism over the project has been a success. It's come in on time and on bucket, and it will extend the life of the bridge for 75 years. That was Interior Secretary David Bernhardt at the bridge is reopening. This was the first complete rehab in the bridge is 88 year, history work has been done on the historic granite and the bridges, support and road service have all been replaced. But Jonathan Schafer with the National Park Service, says that this is more than just a transportation problem. Checked. Arlington Memorial Bridge is a monument to the sacrifices of our nation's veterans. It's a ceremonial entrance to the nation's capital Look. Luker w. T O P News tonight. There are questions surrounding
The recovery is slowing down so much soon it could be going backwards
"Can still be alarming. The problem is improvement in the job. Market is slowing way down. We were adding jobs twice as fast just a month earlier in october. Economists joseph bruce willis at our sim consulting. Explains this with and warn you some complex math math that i almost flunked in college. What we call a first riveted. Second derivative problem first of look strong the two hundred and forty five thousand jobs we added in november but the second derivative that's the rate of change of the rate of change is actually cloyne continues. You'll end up with an outright loss of jobs on a monthly basis. So he's saying if employment growth keeps decelerating. We could be losing jobs by next month and even if we keep up with november's pace full recovery is going to take a very long time says daniel jau at jobsite glass door because we're nine point. Eight million jobs short pre-crisis levels at this month's pace take us until twenty twenty four to return to those pre-crisis levels that we'd had and digging out of this unemployment hole is about to get harder says lisa rohan at forbes advisor she points to rising covid cases and government shutdown orders mounting business failures and government relief about to expire. A majority of people are feeling less comfortable than they did. Six months ago to make regular household purchases and a vast majority of people are holding off on those major purchases like a home or a car the latest forbes adviser ipsos poll finds half of american workers are now afraid they or someone they know. We'll lose their job in the next six months. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace. This being a friday it is time for a look back at what the heck happened jobs. And otherwise neil. Richardson is here. She's at adp. David gura is back as well. Hey to so neil. Let me go to you as the trained economist on the panel David if you've ever took calculus. I never did and i surely would fail. I don't i don't even know bonilla To the point that mitchell was making and job as well as well this idea that labor market gains are slowing that seems to me to be perilous. It is and i was a math major said well
Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"
"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor
Power Up: Trump, Pence head to Georgia as election fraud claims risk depressing Senate runoff turnout
"January fifth Senate runoff races in Georgia are becoming a battle between the Trump Administration and former president Obama. Today. The former president and vice president. Pence are scheduled to hold dueling events to energize voters, Mr Obama said to appear virtually at an afternoon get out the vote Rally for Democratic candidates, John all soft and Raphael Warnock. Hand scheduled to appear at an in person rally in Savannah. For the two Republican candidate, Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. The outcomes of these run offs will determine which party controls. The Senate.
Fishing holds key to Brexit trade deal as talks drag on
"We want to get you the latest on Exit now because hopes for a breakthrough on a trade deal seemed to be on again off again, almost by the minute. So for the latest, we're joined now by David Merrit, senior executive editor for Bloomberg News. And David. I've been watching, I think along with you. The flurry of headlines have seen in just the last hour on where things stand in the Brexit negotiations. Get us up to speed if you could. Yeah, that's right on an office is definitely the right way to describe it in the market, certain reactions that pound whip soaring around. I think it just reflects the really frenetic nature. Off the talks as we really are into this final stretch here, and officials on both sides briefing various bits of the media that things are looking good things looking bad, the most recent reports saying something is imminent this weekend that came out of this morning when there was a bit of uncertainty, the French threatening a veto if they didn't like this deal, saying there was still significant gaps. So you know who to believe. I think what we do know they're still in the room. The pace of the talks really has intensified. What we may need over the weekend is a final political push. That means Boris Johnson, prime minister having a phone call, perhaps with ocean of underlying the president, the European Commission so really broken those final compromises. Both sides probably need to give a few more inches to get this deal done Most of it, though most of the Texas there so we will be waiting. It could come this weekend, but I have. We're afraid I've given up painting, and he did. Deadlines on this, you know, they're only deadline. That really matters is probably the end of transition, and that's December 31st. Right. So we got, I guess just a few more weeks before that comes along. But do we have any indications at this point that we are going to get that top level meeting any time soon between the prime minister and the president of the Sea? We have don't have confirmation, but suddenly things look to be heading that way. And I think it's worth taking a step back here. You know, no. The reporting on the ground, both in Brussels and in London, despite some of the official comments that come out about prom Rooms, disagreements tensions. Those things are kind of normal at this station negotiation. What's really going on behind the scenes, we're told is that career progress is being made. But there are these still fundamental gaps is all the things we know about the fishing access the level playing field that they're calling state aid rules on there needs to be a bit of a barge, Mr Barnier and Mr Frost, the chief negotiators, they cannot do that themselves. They're going to need instruction from their bosses. That's the prime minister and the president the commission, so those two are gonna have to come together at some point. Maybe we're being set up for that as well. There's going to be a grand political gesture. Ultimately, to get this thing over the line. The incentive is there. Neither side wants to be blamed, of course for talks breaking down and for there to be any more economic disruption at this point in time, so we're gonna have to wait and find out the confirmation, But I think that would be the moment to look for over the weekend. All right, well, it is very interesting, though, that France really seems like it's taken an outsize role in these negotiations. I mean, what are the chances that France really could veto a deal of this? Stage of the game. Well, Mr Macron, the President Franz has got slight form on this, of course in not only in the Brexit talks and other big moments in European negotiations, the French going on record today. Say they, Yes, they would trash this deal if they didn't like it. They have actually said this fairly consistently, though, throughout this process, and the French had this big interest in the fishing. Uh, part of this question and also on this kind of state aid that the fairness between the two economies. It's our closest trading partner, the biggest one with Britain, so that relationship is very key. French officials have been touring from the fishing villages in northern France to make a big show of how they are ready for no deal. If it has to happen, But if no deal does happen, those fishing villages are going to be really impacted that they're not allowed to go in. They take the majority of the fish out of the English Channel. If that is stop, that's a big domestic problem. Mr Macron, But he has to be seen to be making us that It's his style, of course, and we've seen it before to make a bit of a stand at this moment in time. But as I said previously the expectations despite what people are saying in public, and he may well be talking to his domestic market, they're more than globally. Ultimately, the people in the room seemed to be making lots of progress. Only about a minute left in our conversation in just a few weeks left until that hard Brexit deadline as you mentioned, is there a sense that some of the sticking points here are just on the Margins or are both sides far enough? Apart from each other that this really could fall apart in the next couple of weeks? I mean, absolutely could fall apart. You know, the history of Britain in the year I'm afraid is ones of both parties talking at cross purposes and on these fundamental questions of sovereignty and who is going to adjudicate over the rules, you know, there is still a significant gap. Someone's got to budge. Someone's gonna blink. Both sides have got big domestic reasons why that is politically difficult for them to do so. Mr Johnson depends on the votes. You people got to me in that landslide last year to get Brexit done in a meaningful way, as he put it. So, yes, the there is a possibility that things fall apart. Both sides of preparing for that New Year's Eve is the deadline, Britain would fall back to the World Trade Organization rules. That means tariffs quotas back backed up Lori's at Dover, potential food shortages on the supermarket shelves and Britain it could be fairly chaotic. They want to try and avoid it, but there still remains a significant chance that that might happen in just a few weeks
Can We Trust God? (Habakkuk 1:2-4)
"From back chapter one versus two through four lord. How long shall cry for help. And will you not here or cry to you. Violence and you will not save. Why do you make me see iniquity. And why do you idly look at wrong. Destruction and violence or before me. Strife and contention arise so law is paralyzed injustice never goes forth for the wicked surround the righteous so just goes forth perverted. Oh this is startling language. In a sense the begins. The book of backing as aback comes before god. This is actually since one of the unique things about back. This is back. Expecting to god. On behalf of the people not speaking to the people on behalf of god at least at this point and a back is specifically coming to god with deep honest questions like hard questions that he's wrestling with as he sees pagan nations wicked evil nations having victory over the people of god and he's wondering. Why is this happening. I mean just think about his questions here. How long shall i cry for help. And you will not hear kreider violence and you will not save why do you make me see iniquity idly look at wrong like the whole picture. Here's a backing saying my god. Do you even hear my cries for help. Do you care. I'm grinding violence. Why won't you save back because living in the middle of evil and injustice and suffering and it seems like god is doing nothing about it survey sleaze questioning. It's one of the main questions. And the bud like god are you good. It's one of the deepest questions and live right. How can god be good. And there'd be so much evil in the world. Why am i seeing evil like this. Are you a holy god. Why do you only look at wrong. Says later in verse. Thirteen in this chapter. Your eyes are to purely on evil. You cannot look in at wrong. So how's it possible for you to be holy an evil like this to happen. Where is your power your love. Where's your word. Your law is paralyzed. Where's your justice. Justice never goes forth and basically at the bottom of all of these questions is god. Can i trust in you know. One of the things i love. Most about the book of a back is the way. It doesn't shy away from these questions. Instead it confronts these questions head on. And i i wish we can dive into the rest of the book at this moment but i i want to pray as we just consider her back chapter one alone right now and acknowledge. These are questions we russell with and these are questions we can come to god with her. Back is showing us. There's a way to humbly. Yeah exactly kaunda. God with our questions and so god i pray for people right now. I think about even some of the ways. I'm wrestling with some of these questions. When i think about my longing to go and adopt my son and day after day coming before you and asking you to make away in that way not being opened up and i i know i'm not alone in people listening to this right now. Who are praying for things asking for things and and seem sometimes like you. You're not hearing and it's it's pretty easy for us specially in our sinfulness and are just limited perspective to go from here not answering us in this way. Does this mean you don't care. And where's your goodness. And then we look injustice not just around the world but injustice that different ones were praying right now have experienced and we wonder got whereas your justice. Where is your power all of this. Where is your word. And so we bring these questions before you with humility before your god just acknowledging. We don't see all that you see. We don't know all that you know. We're not wise as you are wise and we confess your wisdom. We confess your goodness. That's what leads to these questions because we know you're good god. We know you're good. We know you're all powerful. We know you are just and we say we long to see your goodness your power your justice on display
Australian leader seeks conciliation in dispute with China
"If you enjoy a glass of wine every now and then. You've likely tried a bottle from australia at some point the. Us is a big market for aussie vintners. So is china but now china shops wanting to carry australian wine face higher costs much higher. The chinese government has announced new taras on australian wine imports as high as a two hundred twelve percent tax on every bottle. It is a major blow to australia's wine industry as the world bank. A hillier reports. China is pointing the finger at australia and says the country is dumping wine into its market causing the chinese wine industry to crash. Australia says that's not true. Still because of the spike and fees the wine trade between the two countries has come to a grinding halt. The level of the tariffs essentially closes a market for experts. Say it will be virtually impossible for steinbeck's orders to send bottle bought into china for the foreseeable future tony lane. Ceo of australian grape and wine says people's livelihoods are already being threatened of the twenty four hundred australian wine producers who export to china eight hundred of them sell exclusively to the people's republic that now the markets that aren't still domestically they've set the businesses up puglia round the toronto market. And now. we're the next older will come. There's a lot of guess uncertainty. In fear and confusion james robson of ross hill. Weinstein is feeling the pressure. This is terrible news. He told abc news australia. That nearly twenty percent of his product exports to china where his customers usually place big orders in october to prepare for chinese new year. And we haven't done any of that this year because obviously that texting right. It's just not sustainable alley entry level one these ten dollars and that's gonna make it thirty. Even the big players in australia's wine industry are taking a hit shares in the largest one treasury. Wine estates plunged eleven percent when the tariffs were announced. But they'll be okay. Tony battling says because they can sell to other countries mainly europe the us and other parts of asia still under thirty five million liters of wine that is now going to be looking for a high finding new markets and forming new business relationships is tough though especially during a global pandemic and battling says those other markets won't be able to make up for the loss of business with china we got hundred seventy markets resulted. Even if i only christ bought fifteen percent that would still live. It's seven hundred million dollars in the red site. Clearly showtime Visit occasion is not going to work. Experts say the wind tariffs are not just about reds and whites relations between australia and china soured earlier. This year after australia called for an investigation into china's handling of the coronavirus pandemic since then china has slapped tariffs and restrictions on a number of australian exports including barley beef seafood and sugar agriculture minister. David little proud told sky news australia. That he's looking for clarification from china. Is that it is retribution. Rather than any specific issue that any whether it be one or the other commodities produced the trade war appears to be here to stay. China's commerce ministry said today the tariffs could last between four and nine months at this point. Tony battling of australian grape and wine says he doesn't see a clear path forward normally you can resolve economic disputes through negotiation. But with you can't get to the table. You can't get both parties in the same room or on the same telephone. You kinda negotiate in the meantime battling hopes australian producers won't have to sell their wines under market value just to keep the lights on
Chicago Cubs make Schwarber a free agent, tender Bryant
"Deadline Tonight, The Yankees decide to keep Gary Sanchez the Cubs tender Kris Bryant, but non tender Kyle Schwarber, making him a free agents. Other notable non tenders include David Dull, Archie Bradley, Eddie Rozario, Adam Duvall, Nomar Mazara. And Carlos Road, don again, all of them becoming free Agents college. Oops,
Philadelphia Phillies tender contracts to 7 arbitration-eligible players
"Is actually that is a pretty big day in baseball. It is the non tender day where we're basically if you are Between your third year in your 60, right? You're not yet a free agent, but you're past the first two years and they could just pay the pay you whatever they want. You have to be tendered a contract arbitration. Eligible players have to be tended to contract and teams either do it or the little guy go Most times. If it's a good young player, you get tender to deal that it's almost all the time. But with the way baseball's been going is almost a saturation of free agents and teams like Yeah, if you're kind of getting expensive, and you're only okay was gonna let you go. So who's been in some intrigue on how many players get tendered contracts today by this deadline, some fillies news Sources say. This is tied so lucky. The Phillies tendered contracts toe all eligible players, including Vince Velasquez. And David Hale. Hector Nerys agrees to a one year $5 million deal. Andrew Knapp 1.1 million is coming back. And the Phillies gave a contractor Sir Anthony Dominguez. Is he rehabs for about 700 grand, so nappies coming back? And Vince Velasquez come back. He's probably make about four million or so in arbitration. The other fillies think today and we get to a guest in the film is coming, but nine about their GM search. Is Jean Segura. His name? Apparently can't it was coming up. It's um, trade rumors that feels like a salary dump to May. I don't think they're getting anything back for Jean Segura. I have not been a fan of his since he got here. And if they move office, a girl I'm gonna be totally fine with that, too.
millennials Are hesitant On Investing In The Current Market
"During the pandemic has given many investors confidence and strong returns but millennials people born from about nineteen eighty-one until nineteen ninety. Six have been sitting out the market rally to find out why. Let's bring in our personal finance reporter. Julia carpenter julia. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. How does millennials presence in the market compared to other age groups so according to the saint louis fed about half of millennials are invested in the stock market. And that's roughly the same as gen-x gen-x again being people born between nineteen sixty five in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That generation right before millennials. But the difference is that the value of millennials holdings is almost a third lower than that of genetics so invested about the same amount. But just holding much less. Now what are you hearing from. This generation of investors who are not in the market when stocks began to turn sharply higher back in the spring. So the folks. I talk to they. They were kind of mixed some were saying that they were invested but that they were being careful that their Their financial livelihood wasn't dependent on the market others. Were saying that the market continues to confuse them or that they are managing debt obligations managing student loans. Trying to make ends meet in another way. That didn't leave them with much. Money left over to put into the market but absolutely all of the people. I interviewed mentioned. Two thousand and eight that they were very scared of a market crash that they were scared of a recession and in many cases were still trying to recover from the last recession you spoke with several millennials who've lived through more than one sharp economic downturn one of whom is thirty nine year old david hill. He's married with two children lives just outside of chicago. And he's here with his thoughts on the market. David thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me see now. The market's been on a tear for the past six or seven months. What kept you from getting in. You know the concern is i think things tend to be over undervalued based on the news and so these wild swing day to day so if i was you know a day trader or someone who was looking to make short term gains concerned. You know long-term more long-term buy and hold type investor. So i wanna make sure that. I'm also keeping an eye on like what's happening today so it makes me a little bit nervous but since i'm more long-term viewing i don't get really caught up in big shocks and big swings but my try to at least not have too much money invested only in seoul stocks. So when you're managing your finances what's important to you. Don't take anything for granted. Be smart about where you put your money. You know they say cash is king but also caches and make money either so you got to kind of balanced your whole portfolio out between real estate your investments in retirement. How much cash. You have look at everything but just be smart about money. I try to be smart about where i'm spending on. We bought our house purposely. Spent way less our house when we could have like. We approve for a lot more than we actually paid for house. Because we just wanna say we want a place to live. They meet our needs and not have to worry about. Something happens to one of our jobs. We came to mortgage payment now so we really we really are smart about how we look at those those big purchases and you know because we know any bang an accident. A loss of a family member could bankrupt as quick. Now david. What would it take for you to feel more comfortable about putting more money in the market. Make sure i meet some of the other needs. I make sure i have enough. Put away for my kid's college tuition one day to go to college. Make sure you know. We have a big. You know something to fall back on in terms of emergency funding And also making sure that we have a nice lewis nest egg of cash. I know i shouldn't be saying that because cash is making money. But i wanna make sure that we had those basics first before putting more into the market you know having more of a term view. You don't don't. I wouldn't unless you have the stomach for and the cash sitting around and be able to take those heads do not try to be a term day-to-day investor you cannot predict the market and any individual investors can have a hard time beating out the institutional investors getting the better price so i would make sure you just have a more of a term view and be smart about where you re putting your money all right. That's chicago area. Resident david hill. So julie putting money in the market as a gamble. Is that playing a role. Here are millennials looking for tighter security when it comes to their financial obligations. A lot of the people i talked to mentioned that debt felt more pressing that's saving felt more pressing. They were prioritizing. Those financial obligations over these other things and a lot of them did have retirement plans. They were invest in their retirement plans. But they were saying that for the time being they want to be debt free and they wanna have an emergency fund because this last year really emphasized to them the importance of having emergency savings or if it's wall street journal personal finance reporter. Julia carpenter julia. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks so much for having me in that your money
Why Is It So Hard to Remember What Day It Is?
"In the early part of the twenty first century psychologist dr david. A ls performed possibly the shortest experiment in the history of the social sciences. He gathered sixty five randomly. Selected test subjects invited them into his office one by one and asked them this fateful question. What day is today. that's it thank you. Please sign the release form on the way out done so what could possibly learn from asking people the day of the week. A heck of a lot as it turns out using this simple experiment and others ellis was trying to decode the complex psychology of time. And even to help answer. The age-old question wait is wednesday or thursday because although each weekday is twenty four hours long they're far from equal from a psychological standpoint. We spoke with ls via phone back in two thousand fifteen from the university of lincoln in the uk. He said when you ask people about monday and friday they have a lot to tell you and those words evoke very strong emotions whereas when you ask them about the middling days people tend to draw a blank asked to free associate about monday. Ellison test subjects wrote strongly. Negative words like tired boring early and rubbish it being the uk after all and when asked to describe friday they came up with wildly positive. Words like fun friends party and someone unexpectedly bacon. When asked about the rest of the week people struggled to come up with anything at all. Tuesday for some is like a monday hangover long and busy topped the list but the description most people came up with for wednesday was simply middle there even a lot more pop songs about mondays and fridays and other days of the week considered new. Order's blue monday mamas. And papas monday monday. The bengals manic. Monday the cures friday. I'm in love. Katy perry's last friday night. Rascal flatts friday though. Of course let's not discount. The midweek brilliance of the rolling stones ruby tuesday but ellis pointed out that there can be serious unintended consequences to these strong and weak psychological associations with certain days of the week he explained. Suicide rates are higher at the start of the week for example and stocks. Perform better on friday. Mr medical appointments also peak at the start of the week in the united states. These can be a costly inconvenience for doctors and patients but they can be costly to the whole community for state run health systems like in the uk the better we understand the psychological biases toward different days of the week ellis says the better we can tailor interventions and then settled nudges. That might have significant societal. Pay off in a previous study for example l. Found that working. People are much more likely to miss monday. Doctors appointments than retirees. The health system could save loads money but retirees at the beginning of the week. And us working stiffs on fridays. Which brings us back to the original question what they is it today when alice asked that question. He timed each subject's response on mondays and fridays. He discovered people gave the correct answer twice as fast as people ask on tuesdays wednesdays and thursdays some mid week folks couldn't think of the day at all given the strong if opposing psychological associations with monday and friday. It's not surprising that people are more aware of those days. It seems the rest of the work week and get lost in the shuffle.
Detoxification Support During a Fast with Dr. Michael Murray
"Dr. Michael murray thank you for joining us here at the fasten transformation summit. Thanks david i love the name of your summit. Transformation is always a great thing of fasting. can be powerful vehicle to to make that happen. Yeah absolutely and so. How did you get get going. I mean obviously you've got this passion for research. How do you get started. In natural health. World had become the voice of natural medicine. There's an inner story in kind of the outer story. I tell everyone. I'll do a little bit. Mix of both of my father who developed a condition called els palsy. it Condition where you lose the Information to the muscles of the face a space with literally paralyzed you went so nature catholic doctrine at literally abroad his face back to light and I had a knee operation a couple years prior and it just wasn't really responding to physical therapy and he suggested i see this nature path. I did and it was just a miracle in my life. And i need to watch learn more. And the more i learned about the diet herbs natural approaches to health and human it just resonated with something deep inside the end this became my initial. I feel really blessed. And i gained so much personally from the path that i was led to and hopefully i made a difference in the world on my own death. Yeah absolutely certainly have. I need you and i really want to acknowledge you for just paving the course for younger people like me to come up and have all these references and be able to really share this message more and more people throughout the world. And you've seen. I mean literally over the last twenty years huge growth in a natural natural wellness. And other work you've done is helped high near that. So thank you for that thank you. This is such an important topic. I just wanted to stress at all the viewers out there. I really believe that the greatest threat to human health today is not some super bayerischer. You've been eating too much sugar junk food. The biggest threat to human health is the ever increasing environmental toxin load and we are at the top of the food chain and so we have the ability to increase as we age. The concentration of these toxins in our body are Accumulators these toxic compounds. It's really really important. These days to do everything we can to avoid. And then a support our body's ability to get rid of these toxic compounds. So i really welcome the opportunity to talk about this really important subject. Yeah you're so right about that. We need detoxification strategies. And that's your topic today. And so what kind of results. In what strategies do you like to use for detoxification and fasting. Will i think the the detoxification is really kind of complex series of events in our body in require an unbroken chain of these events to effectively. You get rid of toxic compounds. One of the great Basic tenants of nature pathak medicine is to remove obstacles to cure and obviously these toxins can be an obstacle but so too can Our inability to get rid of these toxins. There's a lot of things that go into getting rid of these toxic substances. We have to support our body properly a day in and day out but i think especially during a fast. Yeah absolutely what sort of toxins are the big ones that were trying to eliminate from our body. Well you know thousands of years ago when when they were doing fasting for healing they're mainly concerned with water. Soluble metabolic talks talks that our body naturally produces a water. Fasting was really great way to cut a flesh. All these compounds out these days toxins. That were most concerned about fat. Soluble toxic pesticides. herbicides flame. retardant solvents heavy metals and these compounds are stickier harder for to get rid of and we have to use different types of strategies along with a making sure that we're well hydrated to get rid of these talks and so. I think that there's a lot that we can do to assist the body. Get rid would the call persistent organic pollutants. Those are the compounds that the that i mentioned part of those that i mentioned pesticides. Herbicides flame retardant. These are the compounds that i think when people think of talks these days. That's really what they're thinking of. And for good reason these these are really a harmful compounds to
"david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"I asked her in a how much to like have sex jason like dead ass real number and she goes one hundred, thousand dollars. Tell You why? Though why it's not because I'm like OJ Shins so gross who would take one hundred thousand for him just like I know it's going to be everywhere. It's GonNa be on talk or youtube or whatever. It's going to be on his beverly. Okay well, I got a hundred thousand dollars out of it right? I'm. Heard. One hundred thousand dollars and she goes that's up much. MSN The. Most offensive thing I understand Jason's old. But like molly hundred thousanddollars mental like Ari. Got You've got to keep in mind Jason's human. Dog. It's going to how much for this fucking ogre to fuck you know I. I get what you're saying, but I also like. I don't know I just feel like that's not that. Grand Okay. How much? How much? That grow if I was any other person and we had a different relationship I would say. Thousands on sure. Jesus. How much because I think it'd be weird okay. Oh All I see. Old Guy of course, a one hundred dollars. Yeah. No. Really. fucking the price for Jason How much and dead ass seriously. Like if he whipped it out right now, you'd be like, okay, let's. Take. Exterior not that fast. No but like yeah, like real. Man I don't know that. Give me a number for Jay go to have sex with Jason I wouldn't probably charge him careful. Crimes off to sleep tonight. TODD FOR FREE Now I feel sad for you. So I, want to talk about. This in a way you're lying if you're going to see more than thousand. Hold on hold on that answer this in a way where when you tell me the number if I was up to it, I would go to Jason It'd be like I'm transferring this to your bank account. Good luck. Saying and that's a really scary offering me. So realistic one, hundred percent number like real number. There's no way. If David Goes, here's a hundred thousand dollars on have to do is he doesn't last more than five minutes you're done. How do you? Decide. To offer. I wouldn't fuck you for a hundred grand. Right I guess I guess probably like. Two hundred to fifty personnel way without horrible. Willing. To fifty credit. You don't know how long it lasts. Okay. No idea what's going on downstairs with me and I've been around for a long time I've. downstairs. No time for you to hype yourself up. Things happen with that knowledge charge you a million dollars. IRONMAN. Comparing you dick to my favorite superhero. Matt to fifty. Yeah. If I was like blindfolded maybe a hundred. Wow blindfolded. Put a paper bag over your head. So she likes. Okay. So she likes it to be Kinky. She wants a blindfold on.
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"With. We went out into the hallway. Or do. For A second debate, the second debate we went in and and he said to us, I just want you guys to know we're going to have a good night. Yeah, and and he and he totally delivered and you know. But the psychology of those two locker rooms were completely were completely different. So by Pelosi says who who who I think is a is a genius in in so many ways that politics but she said publicly, she didn't think that Biden should debate trump I honestly I honestly don't know how one would. Not Debate trump I think he has to kind of I think Biden has to clear that. Hurdle now will a question for you puff is. If he does well, in that first debate and trump is outrageous Do you go through with the other two debates I think you have to try may want to add others i. just think you do those too I think you're not GonNa do listen. I. Think it's hard to shortcut the system cheat the gallon during the primaries not run through the tape there especially because one of the real complaints about trump is that he has absolutely. No regard for rules, lawns, laws, norms, and institutions. These presidential debates are an institution and by participating in them, you're showing respect for the system. So I agree with you I think he has to run through all of these but but I I, just thought him they'll I think there'll be a lot of pressure on them from Democrats to do exactly You know as you suggested that question now. So one question on the locker. Room. Because I do think that is so important as body language heading into these things like I'm not sure we're trump will be like because he hasn't really taken the governing part of being president that seriously like he may look forward to this I like you have any assessment it's hard to get into that adult brain of his, but you have any like is he going to be like a warrior who just can't wait to go? After Joe Biden I I mean, what's your sense of that? You know he's a showman daily he you know he's a performer and I think that he will go up and perform. The thing is he will perform as he is accustomed to performing. You know he's a he's a lounge act You know he's the Don rickles of politics and You know he will go up there and he will you know try and Demean and slash and and I, and whether that plays. Well, you know here's a thing about preparing for debates of the reasons we did poorly in the first debate in two thousand twelve is that we were preparing for one Mitt Romney in another Mitt Romney showed up I think the Mitt Romney that showed up was the more authentic Mitt Romney not the Mitt Romney who had been sort of trying to make himself acceptable to a D- a Republican party that had become more conservative than him. he turned up as the more myrick I who had been the governor of Massachusetts. And it was a very pronounced shift in strategy and you know we we we didn't really properly prepare for it in an Obama didn't make the adjustment on the stage and you really don't want your candidate having to make that kind of adjustment on the stage because the way you prepare for debates.
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"So David I want to spend some time with the debates, but let's just talk about the rhythm of the campaign now that we're past the convention. So Biden seems to be picking up the pace of his appearances. You mentioned speech in western Pennsylvania Monday we're talking on on Wednesday the second he's giving a speech about schools and reopening. He's Kenosha with Joe Biden on. Thursday That you know kind of what's your sense of depends because I think Biden has benefited to some degree because trump's you know manic energy and being everywhere again, I think doesn't really help him. and. I think Biden comes across the safe competent choice. He had good convention but it seems like now you are going to have to be more out there. In the rhythm of this thing. Now, when you and I went through this, you're doing you know three time zones in six stops a day. So it's not that type of thing. But. It seems to me what's your sense of the right rhythm here on the Biden side Yeah no look I think you're right I he he actually benefited from being a relatively cloister during the last few months because he could pick his spots but basically he surrendered the spotlight trump and people in like what they saw and that was to his benefit. But at this point in the campaign where the coverage is so intense people's interest is. Really beginning to focus, you need to be in the mix every day and you need to be out there creating you know creating a copy and creating an opportunity for coverage it doesn't have to be it. You know it it can be one event it doesn't have to be four or five or six You know it can be very scaled down and it has to be, but there is no you know this, you can't spend the next two months. Operating from home as you did the last many months in it's clear. They understand that. I. Think they're being careful of about him and about others as they should be but they have to strike a balance between Visible engagement. And and safety and and and he proved on when on Monday with that speech which I thought was really resident really thought it was a a great speech that you know one good event. And your Golden. So I expect we're going to see more of that right one good event, and then obviously you have digital collateral and advertisement. Exactly I'm curious the other the other benefit I think of of defying this is it will cause trump to react. He can't help himself I mean I'll be very interested to see what trump does tomorrow on Thursday when the Biden's aren't inertia to talk about that Dynamic I. Mean He is a a child in that regard, it's easy. It's not hard to bait him and it seems like that as hard to seduce him I. Mean You. Crazy, white right wing. Terrorist. If you say nice things about Donald. Trump. He'll say nice things about you. Yeah. You're exactly right. So both sides are true but yeah, he's you know he clearly takes the.
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"They actually did spend a lot of money but it was they didn't have. They just didn't damage Biden in the way that they had hoped and that's why his onto this next you know the the The. The law and order campaign because he's improvising and trying to find some way to to drag by down because he knows there's a place to which he can't go. Number wise here. So So yeah, these polls. I, mean the most encouraging part about these poseurs where Biden sitting and also you know when you put together trump's approval with his with his vote, you know how he to the number needs. It's hard to get there unless he succeeds in doing what we said earlier unless he succeeds in bringing, you know hundreds of thousands of these battleground states hundreds of thousands of new voters in. Who are more akin to him which I think it's still a concern and why I think not just like rah-rah motivational speech Democrats should assume that trump's going over perform these polls because he's going to likely drive big turnout I mean it's not inconceivable. You know now part of this was to your point he won Wisconsin with forty seven point two or forty, seven point four because a third party. But you got a million four thousand votes it's not inconceivable. He could get that up to a million, six, hundred, thousand. As we all slowly adjust to the normal. We still need to be smart about how we do business. Luckily, they're stamps dot.
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"Blindsided you know this virus as the world did and WE'RE GONNA come out of this and you gotta ask yourself who's GonNa get this economy moving? WHO's GonNa? WHO's the guy who really knows how to run an economy and put people back to work and so on. Now look I I think that there are a lot of responses to that. But that you know just looking at the research that is the most credible argument he could make I'm running because I want to bring this guy I want to bring this country back I wanna get back to you know to to growing and I want to get back to jobs and I want to. but. You know he he is. He is completely consumed by these darker arguments that I think that have power I mean never underestimate the power of reese. But you know it's like plutonium you know if you handle it properly, it can help you if you handle it injudiciously, you can blow yourself up. I think he may be on the way to blowing himself up. Absolutely so David Talk about You know now polls aren't votes and holes maybe once again, not entirely accurate and they don't affect account really for turnout dynamics and that's especially important pandemic but tell people you know. So so you know Hillary was ahead and a bunch of battlegrounds in some of the polls let's say it'd be forty, six, forty, two. And the difference between that and being like fifty, one, forty, four, fifty, one, forty-three. Races tell people why that's important. that. It's not really for me the size of the lead. It's kind of the relative positions in terms of that firm vote total in Hillary's case in particular your she was a quiz, I incumbent and she was viewed that way and if you're the incumbent or a quays I incumbent and you can't get a near or to fifty percent of the vote that is a big problem because people have probably made a judgment about.
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"Our primary risk from the virus and So you know just generally David before all of this I think people were willing. There are a lot of people willing to say trump's kind of an asshole he's a jerk I don't like him I don't like the way behaves I don't want my kids to be like that I don't like the twitter stuff, but things are pretty good. Connie's good. You know Y-, kicking a few people in the ass who deserve it and so you know I'll put up with that. Now the cost of his personality, the cost of his idiosyncrasies is becoming very clear to people and that's what crisis will do, and now we have overlapping crises I think these older people sense that and I think by a very good job of offering reassurance. in the language that he uses his response on Monday. You know to the to the to the trump violence scaremongering was a very, very good, and if you you know I, think to particularly older voter when Biden says look at me. Do I look like a radical left guy who wants to coddle mobs right? Well, no I thought there's very effective and I'm sure you saute turning out into a television spot a place where you can still reach older voters and they're running it all. The country. This is totally necessary because as you know one hit. can be like a tree falling in the woods. It could be a big. That was a big tree in you know more people probably heard it than than than the normal because it got a lot of coverage but trump is going to keep this drumbeat going and you know I I'm of the belief that you can turn it on him In a big way you know through Jujitsu, take his negative energy and use it against him and as an example why we just can't afford them and That's what that's a danger for trump here because I think Biden's doing a pretty good job of doing that right now. Yeah. I very much agree with that. So you probably know. This David better than anyone in the country. But incumbent reelection campaigns are very different dinner challenge. I've been through a few. So I just look I remember back. You know we you and I did a lot of work together back in two thousand and four in the Bush Kerry race and voters were still even those that were inclined to be open. To An alternative, they wanted to hear what George Bush had to say about both his record and what he do fortunately same thing in two thousand, twelve with brock..
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"That that changes in some of these battleground states and that concerns me you know from a bind perspective that would concern me those two things could change it. But I I. Don't think this thing is going to bounce around Amazon we should point out David that in two thousand eight and I remember this well, and you remember we sat in my office. Our office you know our business office in on Franklin Street on September fourteenth and the reason I remember it was the next day Lehman Brothers collapsed. You'll remember Senator Obama telling us that day that something was going to happen overnight that Hank Paulson told him about that he couldn't share with us but that it was going to have a really really. Powerful impact on the race and he cautioned us to his credit. He said, you know I don't Wanna I don't WanNa play around with us. I told Paulsen we'd cooperate as much as we could. and sometimes good good government is good politics. This is one of those times I'll never forget that but the race we had left the art convention six points ahead and the race had dwindled down to one or two after his convention and Palin. But you know there wasn't that much volatility to that race. Either the American electorate is very structured right now. Yeah. So there's not allowed a room for massive shifts. So let's talk a little bit of You know you mentioned suburbs. What's interesting about this is trump I think got the message that he's hemorrhaging support in suburbs of course, his inelegant responses to simply say Biden will eliminate them right Well the other element by up by eliminating him he means you will be you will have bands of marauding black people on your doorstep. Yes that is I mean it it is not real subtle. It's very racial. You left out ms thirteen yet. So I went to suburban your non college white suburban. Of course, there's people over sixty five years old in both of those categories. One of the things I must admit. I knew Biden. Would have some strength there but I'm surprised at how resilient and strong his numbers I mean he's winning voters over sixty five. Think very narrowly behind trump with white voters over sixty five we lost them by twenty two points whatever in eight. So what's your analysis there? I mean. Do you think that stability can also and that's the you know the segment of the electorate where whether they're voting by mail in person there's less volatility on whether they're gonNA vote on. You know I do think Cova. Has had an impact their first of all. Biden, did well, if you look back at the primaries, this was always a source of strength to him Pie he always did very very well among voters over sixty five main part of it is that he's older himself. A part of it is you know culturally I mean, this is trump's big problem biden, his culturally inconvenient. You know he's an older white working class. Catholic, Guy from the industrial heartland from a working class background and it's very hard to caricature him in ways that trump would like to. Caricature the Democratic nominee I think he's also a reassuring figure, two older voters and so that is there that what that was there before cove it but you know trump's casual approach to the to the pandemic and his his seeming suggestion that I mean his inference that will young people are going to be fine in this and the flip side of it is what about all the people who are young who aren't fine in it and I just think his the chaos surrounding him and his handling of this virus is is is a disincentive to people who are the primary..
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"Snacks on TAP. So I think to be a great conversation with David. EXE role. David Axelrod I hesitated having you on the program again, just because the cubs and white sox are both in first place and I'm not sure I could take your gloating I. Know Man, it's I. My wife told me this morning. You are in such a better mood since baseball and basketball came back. And I must say last night i. cut a bit of the cubs a bit of the White Sox and the THE DENVER UTAH NBA game and it does lift your spirits. It really does yeah, I'm I was conflicted about it but I'm glad it's back and I feel less colleges. Those kids aren't getting paid right for the pros particularly when they're doing these bubbles lead the NBA dealt with it really well, they have they have. Yeah. Now it's good. It's good. You know sports the world is so difficult right now and there's so much tension in so much sadness and to be able to be passionate about something that ultimately means nothing. is really it's a release. You know it's fun. It's And you know. So. Yeah. I'm glad it's back while my phillies are showing some life. So if they end up playing the cubbies, we'll have to do like a soft Pretzel Deep Dish Bet Yeah we should yeah. My big fear David is that We're going to have a subway series in Chicago, nobody will be able to come. That would be like a big that be like a perfect Chicago story after all these years take. A A century we've been waiting for this and nobody can attend but that would be a high class problem but thinking about their ratings would be like eighty percent they'd be all. That's true. That's true. All right. So let's move from baseball to another sport. This presidential campaign which does have more serious consequences. Yes. So I want to start you know twelve years ago around this time if I recall early, September people remember that we won. We won by seven points nationally through sixty five electoral votes but this time twelve years ago if I remember we were in the Doghouse with everybody right? Sarah Palin had been picked the Ryan come off yet poles residing people were threatening. It just reminds you know..
"david" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"Where I guide you through ten of the most historic impactful and timeless speeches in American history let the word go forth. From the time and play. Friend and foe alike, we do not want our freedom. But. We wanted to be free now. The future will always be hours America John McCain is generous and welcoming authored. Directed and produced by peabody nominated see thirteen original studios in association with history. It was said is now available for free on apple PODCASTS SPOTIFY RADIO DOT COM and wherever you listen to podcasts. Everybody it's David Club. Welcome to campaign HQ while we finally made it to September, we are less than nine weeks away from the presidential election and people in states like north. Carolina and others around the country will be voting in a matter of weeks. So it is truly election season. We clue we don't have election day anymore we have an election period and it's intensifying. My guest today's David Axelrod. I'm going to talk today about a lot of what's going on in the campaign some things that I would address in my opening. So I'll keep my opening relatively brief because I think we'll get into my thoughts to the conversation. But I think Joe Biden's event earlier this week on this is Wednesdays on Monday in in south Western. Pennsylvania was I. think it was a very strong moment for I think he continued to make the case against Donald Trump also defended himself against some of these outrageous attacks. From trump on crime and on supportive looting and violence I think just as importantly his campaign announced today, they're going to be running sixty second advertisement all around the country in battleground states. Presumably, they'll be digital parts of that as well to reinforce that message, and that's incredibly important to remember I think particularly in today's social media environment, it's like candidate gives a speech or does something and we assume, oh, great they did. That let's move onto the next thing but most people you care about wouldn't have seen that, and so you really have to be patient and take time. If you've got something, you want target voters to hear or understand you gotta spend a lot of time and money to reach them. So I think that was really important. Trump I think you know had terrible few days that's going to seem like a partisan comment but I thought his. which should be the easiest thing of all time like literally rolling out of bed is interview with Laura Ingraham was a disaster on on many levels. I think again, raise questions about his fitness for office..
"david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Just slowly? Like didn't show up or just kind of had an attitude. No I didn't have an ad. That was fair. We were traveling what I'll do with you. Really know. Have, it's. Funny today at the protests. I said the worst thing. What did you say you know like hadn't seen you in a while? And you said something to me, so I wanted to say something back. You know just like be jokey with you as you say well. I walked up with. You Go. Oh Yeah. Fuck, you and we walk up with Wyatt ex-wife Marnie we met them at the protest and David says. Hi David Super Nice to Marnie, always super respectful, and he looks at why goes in my son's very tall, and he and he goes Yo look at this guy. He's a tower. and. A ton of people around us. Yeah twin tower. WHO. No send. You speed. These guys play with the Houston Rockets that are really tall name Ralph. Sampson, and Heke. Malaysiua, and they call them the twin towers this way before nine eleven. Yeah, yeah, that yeah, that was that was wrong. And I remember when you said it to. That's not okay. Turned away because I don't want to be. Nine eleven. Yeah that was bad. Why do you have a big shark to on your knee? Chicken wing on his fucking..
"david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"In her puddle born in because I thought it was mine. Taylor if finds beyond the badge send the dog home and I love that fucking dog Taylor shoots off told Haley I was like do this. In the most inconspicuous subtle way possible are washing. Machine is broken saw statistics. What's being wash right now? There's no laundry and then I go to my room and all the sheets off and I I was embarrassed I was like Oh my God I fucking pissed myself but then I remembered that I slept with the dog. You pissed yourself. We wouldn't be like fucking loser. You pissed yourself. Taylor has a nice heart. I think she'd do it without even knowing wouldn't even tell me that. I put myself in my room and she'd see me in the morning. There's pee all over the place and she'd like try to trick me to get out of the bed so I wouldn't see the mayor David let's go. Let's we'll get some tea in the kitchen. Okay just to avoid an accident about in that. The dogs are good. Time whose Lena Dunham AIDS. We're literally from two different planets. Even I who's Lena Dunham Hail? I've seen her name. I'm just wondering what she does. She's what is she in girls. What's girls you don't want? Tv's the Bro' You've never seen girls brought. I've I'm not. I'm not like being like one of those douches that pretends they don't know a show. You know you're not. I've never heard of the show girls. I've never heard of the showgirls. You Kidding No. I've heard her like a million dollars. I always thought she was a comedian. She's a comedian she's comedian. I mean he's not a standup. I don't know what I don't funny. Girls is is it like Gilmore. Girls Know fucking spit on you. Came on what is girls. You're right you're right. I'm being I'm being pretty asinine. Kerr Muscle China..
"david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Google play. That's France without the our best fins. I'm up downloading it right now. I'm deleting off Natalie Speaking David. Blaine is a big premiere. Last night we were on a special cool. Everybody had a special but he's been working on for a couple of years. I think it was on. Abc and came over to film some of it in my house. And it's like a specialist all celebs like my mom texted me this morning. It's she said in all caps Brady Chapelle dobric and Nash. Everybody in the special like a big like I'm only blunt John Krasinski Yeah Derek jeter. Michael Michael Jordan. Lebron James The biggest names and then and then it's David the blog squad and and it's and it's really funny because it was. It was shot here in my living room and Mike Scheffer. One of our friends was in it and he texted me. He's like I've been watching. And he was in the back of the special so he was like in the special. And he's like. I remember when I watched. David Blends I special in nineteen ninety seven. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of that. I'm literally crying right now. That was really cool so mike was in the Special David. Yeah what are you talking about? Texoma oh yeah. Oh yeah I thought you were like in general right. After this special David was so cute. It was like totally like a little kid. Would do we watch this amazing special by David Blaine a master and then the special ended in David got a deck of cards and sat down. Started to do a trick with me and I was like. Oh Yeah because I thought I knew how to do one of the tricks. He did on the show but saw no. I texted them. We all just watched it ending with your daughter made us tear up. She's a star congrats man. And he's a thank you for being amazing part of the show can't wait to hang with you soon. Good he show. There was also a one trick that we we watched probably forty times. We cap rewinding it trying to figure out how did it and none of us can figure it out. Check with Jamie Fox. I don't know how we but some of those tricks I noticed when I walked into your day. There's a little four legged friend walking around. Oh Yeah Not Natalie. I was trying to make a joke about how I can mcnally before from. Just looking at her. A real bitch here in the morning Tom Natalie Natalie decided to foster puppy yeah which is It's a big step. Yeah I haven't had any allergies. Oh no no and the puppy. The puppy slept in my bed last night. Really me all night long guy. He didn't cuddle she. She moved she would like get up. Move Right by me. And then she decided she wanted to go somewhere else but they probably should get hot and this place is so hot and I would squish her all the time like every time I would be on it because I would think. It's one of the pillows and every time. I think like a pill is by my foot I I use my foot to bring it up and put it between my legs and I did that once almost with the puppy starting to bring her up and then I felt her move and I was like what the fuck is that and I forgot that there was a puppy here but so far so far. No no allergies to her. Initially you named the dog after my daughter's bully right I did but it wasn't full first of all. Your daughter's bully was her friend. I and I remember meeting her and I really liked her name. Beautiful beautiful name and I was like. I'm GonNa need my daughter this one day like I was so gung Ho. I've told I've told me maybe like eight people that I was going to name my daughter this name and and it totally didn't cross my mind when we got this puppy. I named accords because Jason is such a fucking afterthought your mind. I made the puppy the bully. I I send a picture of the puppy to the group chat and Jason Responds. She's so cute. What's her name and send the name to the group chat and I get no response from Jason and I got a call from him in an hour going. You really named the dog after the girl who ruined my daughter's explain this. The Charlie becomes so then Natalie I Had A complete. Natalie deleted the stories offer instagram. Because the the name of the dog was there so her Charlie's feelings we renamed. Thank you for that. We renamed the dog four days later. Four days later with Natalie still holding onto the girl's named your now and then just like so cute. Yeah we named the dog. Okay so this is my deal since Natalie got to foster the puppy like you know since I finally agreed to it I felt like I had the you know the option to name it so I named her thought. I'll hang on you. Thought you had the option to name. Natalie's dog yeah because I thought it was like a give and take type of thing I was like. You're just like okay. I'll let this dog live with me. She's been such a fucking burden. Tony Get me started. Have you done one thing? I clean up the dog saying I take her out. Yeah you you the door and you go look at your three million dollar view. Donald the morning first of all I woke up from a nap earlier and there was a shit stain on my bed and I knew wasn't for me because it was too high up by my neck so I was like I notice from the dog. You should use no okay but so I took the dog outside. I was like let's go. Let's go we're going to be. This is unbelievable so we went to. We went to go pee. This is my midnapore nap. Whatever the dog pees. I'm like wait a little bit extra. I'm like you sure you have to go poop. I asked her by the way. Her name is iron. Man named her Ironman unvbelievable when I saw that on instagram. Yeah I couldn't believe her name's Ironman so I'm like iron man. Are you ready to go back in? And she looks like she's ready to go back and so pick it back up and we went to my room and I was finishing my neck nap and I woke up with my white carpet this thing. That looks like someone took a tub of pudding and dump it all over like chocolate pudding all over my carpet just like the most diarrhea looking shit all over my carpet and I was like God. Damn IT IRONMAN. Shit all over the rug. That's okay. I cannot do anymore so no I haven't had the easiest time with iron man. It's been quite the mess to be honest for you but you know what I realized. Iron man you guys. You guys went back and forth in this name. There was a million as being thrown around and then I see on Instagram Ironman. Which is like it's a female dog. It's not only dog and you just named the dog was something that you liked. That raised me. Fits her if you look at her. She looks like an iron man named her. That is because I'm really excited to take her on a walk. Have someone go. Oh my God what is its name and then I go ironman and then they go. Oh He's so cute and she can color. You can call her. Tony with Tony Bark. Yeah yeah we're really excited caller. Tony Tony's the girl's name too. Yeah Tony Tony what. It's getting really confusing you this morning. This morning I took away her like when she peed. I got so mad I was like I'm not calling you airman anymore and I called her Lexi ou I give her a new name avenues. You're able way she's awfully the giving than David can taken. The worst part is like that. She's like a foster pop right so like if someone takes her like now she's lived through like eight different names. Like what are they gonNA keep the name Ironman? Probably if if they see your instagram account they probably will. Oh my God. I cannot wait to cute name. Knock you all. It doesn't even roll off the tongue like in the site doesn't but if you say iron it's kind of been saying I say Ironman ironman would you say I just keep calling her. You know after your child. It's so funny I really just can't get rid of that name. It's so funny I'll be playing video games. She'll be on my lap biting my leg. All my friends lives here. Fuck Iron Man's biting my leg sharp teeth or can we are to have a dog around here. Why was it weird? I think it's really great. It just being here for a minute changes. The vibe part of me thinks that when you get a dog. There's a chance that you've got the one that knows how to talk. I know exactly what you mean. And sometimes I'll look at her and when it's just us in the room and I'll be playing video games and not take off my hat and be like it's just us you can tell me. Oh my God like she and I'm not I don't know if he's pretending that she doesn't understand it's crazy to think that she does understand me at all hard for me to believe. I have a feeling that if I if I spent a long enough with this dog. I'll teacher each other talk. You think that you this is what I love about you. David there is nothing you can't you said you can't do you say you can't do and now you're saying that you can make this dog talk. I'm not saying she'll be able to hold like like intelligent conversations with you but she'll definitely be able to like you know fireside chat like water cooler chat with. You should be able to go. How would you do and you'll go? It was good answer mine too. I'm going to go who rain. She goes potty. She'll be able to talk like someone that just got out of a coma right about that. Good it'll sell and she got hit in the head with like a really hard baseball but I'll be able to get somewhere other than that. She's pretty chill. I know that there's a part of it really thinks that you can get the dog to talk. Hey you know last night. She slept in my bed and And sometimes I sweat in the middle of night yeah Well first of all. She peed the bed and he did. I didn't know my foot shows us? You know she shares her well during the nighttime when you don't even know when she peed the vet when did she thinks She David. Well how would you know? No it was in the morning. It was like it was like I remember because I was like waking up and my foot was like hitting something wet and I always think like when I wake up like I just get really sweaty at night right. So okay she. I must be sweating so I didn't even mind it on. My foot was hitting her p then but then the next three hours later I saw Taylor took off all the covers from my bed. I went up to her and I go. Taylor did I pee myself or to the dock p itself and then Natalie comes in she goes you like Natalie was trying to defend the dog. The Dog Pete and I was playing.
"david" Discussed on The David Banner Podcast
"In closing anything at. Y'All WanNa say to the WORL- anything you want to push. Did he websites eighteen. People can know about you. I need to know everything that we can go by. Especially no I'm serious especially the The documentaries and stuff note for second one of my homeboys told me he said David you humble and I said what do you mean by that? He say Bro. If people knew about I was looking at morning one of my homeboys sent their remix of Maroon five remixed it I did. I forgot about this shit like my dad because I'm a southerner always told me like you don't talk about what you do. That's left up to other people to do but now that we're in such a narcissistic world in people are pushing that man. It's important for people to know what we did. Because if we don't talk about it now we compete against each other so much. Lee Actually made me remember this Lee said you know somebody came into his room and he had a David Banner Post up on the wall and it was like man would phone. You GotTa Post for Easter. Because that's my that's my guy. He's like I'm proud of my homeboy. And he's like you remember when we were growing up we all know high and I never thought about that brokers sometimes even me because I know better sometimes. It's hard for us to give it up to other people because we look at them and it's funny. I told me and Ti just did the David Benham podcast and expeditiously together for the prison situation in Mississippi and tip was surprised because I told him liberal. You not competition like where we not competition. We are family. We are try so it's important for people to know what we're doing. Tell them what we selling. Because we're wanting to places where our constituency support so let us know what you doing. Let us know what's important to you. Bro S Shit Bro. We gotTA book lists just for this mother fucking.
"david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"I hate to break the news to you right here on the podcast in front of everybody yeah but you're one of my closest friends ever and I and I don't want to tell you this because I want to put too much pressure on you forward yeah because I respect you so much I don't want to think that you have to do certain things I love this so much so what's up takes restart first of all thanks starting off operative note your has if you if you had forty eight hours in a day with me your it still wouldn't be enough time that's how that's how I feel I feel that there's a lot of time on the dog were I'm not doing anything interesting but I know but you know what I'm going to take this as a positive and take it as a compliment that you feel better when I'm around even if I'm not contributing anything you just like having me near you look I'm a comfort blanket I'm like that warm blanket next to you on the bed right now Jason would you consider yourself a comedian I would consider myself a comedian yeah would you also consider yourself fire I would consider myself someone who deals with Psychopath Day in and day out who's mood we all manage around here and the conversations that we have when you're not around between every single person if you could hear them and things that are said behind your back you probably would make a huge adjustment to your life or recycled the things you say behind my back I can tell you right now go people say that you look like a fish faulk you're right I'm GonNa make serious adjustments starting tomorrow people don't talk on your back at all they say it right to your face music you guys have US podcast I'm David that's Jason show over there what's up guys how are you I'm on I'm on my bed right now Jason My beanbags on paint the picture jason has his hair slicked back yep we just got off a flight we've been on tour of the country we've been in every state in the last twenty four hours we have been we've been urban allowed places we've been flying David David when he travels he looks very different so people when they walk by him very confused Oh yeah it's so interesting we were we were walking when I travel like I looked like I don't know what do I look like you I look are not worried Okay Grandma that took care of herself her entire life I can look completely blow he wears glasses and you wear sweatpants and like not attractive sweatshirts and like it doesn't fit his head to well my most relaxed outfit but not like when they're cute girl goes hey this is my relaxing like it's like look dishevelled relax like he's GonNa go clean the garage to relax and like people will like you could tell people like okay so what happened today is someone came like religion walked right up to me they weren't talking to me but they saw Jona shirt on Joan shirt it said David's WLAC and they go oh my God David Slog Oh Joan Ah and they were talking to him right next to me right next to me and I don't remember what they said exactly what chimed in and then they looked at me like they really tilted there had yeah and they kind of smirked wait are you David standing here we thought you were the tech yeah I looked like I came out of an asshole when I'm travelling like like like you're through the airport like I I look really bad it's actually really embarrassed I love when the floor or less travel together it was me Natalie Jones and David do you know how much I was drooling sleeping I've never drove this much averages you see me now I was drilling care if you were drooling I don't get grossed out by that I'm really scared about the flight attendants seamy because the flight attendants always are like they're like whatever nice when I get on the flight show when I leave there always lot nicer almost to the point where I think I did something embarrassing in my in my sleep where they ha you have this fear you've brought it up before that you think you're doing this I sat next on two flights today you did do anything you didn't listen to war but extra nice to me like I did something like really like fucking embarrassing like I was drooling in my sleep that's the guy because they're like by have a good day David they're like they're like a lot sweeter when I'm leaving like like looks like a little baby drooling on the seat no this is what I think happens I think someone comes on recognize you and then the flight attendants who's that bubble Blah so then now they don't come up and say anything and then once the flights over they realize that you were someone important and they want take a bite you I think that's what it is I think I'm just passing serious gas drilling alive and that's what's going on I figured out what Jona you fingered I finger Jona uh-huh earlier for one of my videos no you are not going to be on my youtube channel patriotic no I figured out I was looking at because we all look great when we travel like we looked really lousy yeah I mean you know we are the weirdest looking group of people I don't know if it's kind of hard to understand but it's me by assistant Italy and Jonah Armenian dude and Jason Yeah we look like a fucking Audubon g look like figured out if someone were to see us it looks like I'm Joan his Dad Jonas my son from my first marriage who you know the marriage was awful around and was a total shit show and I had Jona and then I had a second marriage the great one that I really like it worked out great and I had you and Natalie is that how it works well for our first marriage is usually shit marriages well if you have a second one the first one the work that is a good point would you ever get remarried get remarried really yeah for sure but so interesting you do you think that you would get a divorce I would definitely get divorced to know I know if I were to get remarried I would definitely not get divorced that'd be the one would you ever have kids with anybody after like really really really really be in love with them and beat a different phase in my life to like maybe like you weren't blogging anymore and I hit the lottery yeah if you the battery if you found someone that like you obsessed about you'd never you'd never film again us being no no no I would never do that I mean I I would I got it I am if I ever like if you say that you say that all the time it's such bullshit you really you say that David will say this thing like every every couple of months I'll be like Tony you guys for meteorite one I'll just dip I'll just do I won't be around now it's true I'll leave the blog if I ever Anneli Portman walks in right now your camera in the fireplace I wouldn't write him throw my cameron the fireplace I would go can headquarters and destroy all of the products because I know I would never ever have to use any camera you ever ah because I'm marrying her I'm moving to Seattle I don't care if it rains every fucking day I'm moving wherever she needs me to go where all everything there's no way there's no way you would be happy with some of the woman's money for some other women that took care of you being a guy that's kept around I'm not saying I live off valley money but I'm just saying what are you saying we could live a humble life we can move to like a nice ranch in in France or something and I it doesn't bother me where we are so we'll give Ferrari to Dima hold on no no but seriously no but I guess I'm being very dramatic I wouldn't give everything up but I would I would I'm like if I'm literally the senior built on shooting videos that's like that's your drug that's your thing that makes you how you know anything but I know how I was when I first started when I first when I first started dating lies like an honeymoon stage or whatever like I'm like I'm still made videos Jaba made great video that was different that's because videos with her yes that's because Liza was the same thing I wasn't she was she's very very very funny very funny very easy to do she's like that kind of person that's the closest to do that but I'm just saying I'm just saying Carla can you so this or do you think that I would continue making videos I think it's still make videos but I think you'd be in the honeymoon stage dip out at like nine I am the type of guy. PM yeah now we're all sometimes we try to leave it like where are you going doing but I feel like now Jason I'm the type of guy like if I got a girlfriend all you will do talk shit about me behind my back he's changed so fucking much it's so annoying that's what's going to happen that's that's who I am I would love free to get a girl friend that like leaves everything like like leaves all his friends behind when he finds out that there's nothing wrong with that either that's like here's a thing he was Nothing wrong with all of us are not we don't have significant others and I pretty sure that's the secret to life is to share your life with somebody yeah right regardless we're very far away from that so you have nothing worry about I'm here to stay are weak and you get rid of your kids for eight years let me die I would love I send my kids to China and you girlfriend.
"david" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"It's mutating affected where there's some sort of corruption from the outside Nokia when they'll turn into fuck out well yeah because you're pigs feel like what's come. If you're a kid you know what's coming. Your body is going to rate go through changes but this movie's got a ton of that. Most of these characters have at least one transformation. We'll this space between childhood and adulthood like so she's GonNa have some crazy changes coming on. I think that's the thing I mean once again speaking just as a someone who is incredibly terrified child. I think it was just like this is already so overwhelming. I don't want anything to change right. I just I just got a footing on this. I'M GONNA lose my voice right now. I'm GonNa have to shave like what the fuck out every which way all of that get it out of here it is yeah. Let me just stay here. Yeah and also the adult world is mean and yeah hard to figure out and you're gonna like just be Straw draw tired. I've told this story. I'm sure before on the podcast it's a thing that probably like kind of broke doc me as a human being in many ways you could look to my current lifestyle and extrapolate how this affected me when my mom was pregnant with my sister sister so I was eat going on nine and my brother and I had shared a room and now we were. GonNa get separate bedrooms for the first time because we had a third kid to get a bigger space so my mom asked me what color I want my walls to be and I said I wanted the cloud wallpaper from toy story and my mom said she would not let me do that because I wouldn't like toy story for much longer. WHOA that is is crazy that she said that you're right now to stop investment like how much was probably a lot of money to buy that welfare but she she did break. Get Down in those terms I said what do you mean. She went look. I know you love toy story now but you're eight and soon you're going to be nine and made you feel like when you're ten or eleven but when you're thirteen you're not gonNA WANNA live. If you're GONNA be embarrassed. She's worried that you're going to be embarrassed. As an aside with your mom on I'd broke down crying and I live in an apartment. That's ninety percent toy story yeah yeah. I mean it's good. It's my favorite. He's wearing. I'm wearing four key from the new toy story. Rat twister is a masterpiece. You should wash it. I think you'd like I don't know man. I don't WanNa. I don't WanNa go dumping on Pixar. I know you Kinda. My Wife's job emily. I never liked speed bag at Pixar movies. That's Kinda. What I'm talking about the entertainment weekly thing like God Toy Story. He's just such a set is such a satisfying in state of the art of storytelling. This is a flawless machine delivering emotions. Here's my whole taken not gonna get into this because he he's left me episode right now but that the toy story movies are about existential meaningless they sometimes are. I think the choice is a pretty good. I think they all right. Characters haven't arrested in fact that they have no reason to be a lot of stuff to talk about what to Australian ligament at him all right but the point is in some ways. I think my mother saying that to me probably probably caused me to out of defiant. I see what you're never locked story right and I can empirically like as an adult rationalize why still value them uh-huh movies and all of this but I also think that concept terrified me so much her telling me fundamentally. There are things that mean the most to you in the world right now they you will not only you won't like them. We'll be embarrassed by the ever heavy lesson it freaked the fuck out of being oh yeah and that kind of thing of you will change the things you care about will change. Your name will change. You know all these sorts of things. I had the same thing with starting fires. They told you you would grow out of starting fires and I never did okay David. Yes horrible. Louise Happy New Year Okay and Shaw to new two important calendar points here okay Jewish New Year and happy New Year. Explain just decided this is the start of a new year okay so maybe you're going to use neum to like improving. Your lies is true. I've been I've been trying to get in shape rape a little bit. You know I've been saying that for months but the fact is I haven't been doing it but now I'm doing it and getting in shape. It's not just way gotta learn habits. This is the thing I've been trying to be habits. That's what I've been changing and it's now. I'm just doing it for the first time which means I'm considering at the start of a new year because the rest of this year didn't didn't count so neum is this one program for all your health and weight loss you don't have to hunt around for trading APPs and workouts in calorie trackers and meal plans. You've gotta be excited and went down all those things do. It's got it all and you can even add. I know you can add a goal specialists and Herman Kahn and a community the of members who can keep you motivated and accountable. It's like a workout best. He all in one accountability Buddy Yeah Kinda Bella Buddies so you can set goals for like physical stuff like you know wanting to feel confident clothing or better self care stuff like that you can do for psychological stuff like your mood you can strolling controlling in your stress and anxiety or you can do social stuff like to try and get you to go out a little bit more be more comfortable in social environments. Noone can help you break any bad habits. You.
"david" Discussed on The David Gilmour Podcast
"It's a funny thing so we'll wait of older. Some were made of other things. Sometimes you get a bit of with this really light. How'd you improve affection? I this is David Gilmour. Welcome to my podcast. In June two thousand nineteen I will be offering more than one hundred and twenty of my cars for charity. This might be the most important collection of instruments ever after all in the end the tools of the trade, it's a guitar. And on this podcast. Discover the untold stories around a few of them, my lovely wife Polly, bought me, as a present a Jimi Hendrix strap, not aging me Hicks. The news he's playing the other white in nineteen seventy result, which help mix the sound full sound for Hendrickson. Illinois, seventy people know that. These are instruments serve knew very well. I've loved them this one. We'll get it down very carefully. Sounds nice. My friends. They've been very good to me, a lot of them who've, they're keeping that they have given me a song. All different and Hugh kickoff. And it feels and sounds great. Some sort of strange magic that can happen. Anyway. We'll be looking at the music that I wrote and recorded on them health and quite remarkable history. And what they mean to me before I say goodbye, the black stretch on pretty much my speak Floyd recordings, the four nights of the beginning of shine on your crazy diamond popped out of this very tan. It's still the guitar. I play more than any other. You're not going to be able to play the guitar again. I'm happy with that I've had my time with them and they will do. An enormous amount of good three different ones. A David Gilmour podcast coming soon on cost baffles.
"david" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Of meet the press i had many encounters on that show with david uh during the years that i was working in the white house but in certain ways we learn more about david and who he was after he left meet the press when he lost that job he wrote a book called how's your faith about his fuller embrace of judaeism later in life and what that meant to him in the face of his setbacks david came to the institute of politics the university of chicago to moderate a panel uncovering trump and i sat down with him to talk about his life career and where we are today david gregory my friend i remember i don't know how many times being remote waiting to go on meet the press with you and ten seconds before the show starting thinking the helmet doing here what am i crazy because i had the burdens of speaking for an administration and yours felt like you were out on a ledge when you uh when you were exposed on those on those sunday programs meet the press being the most obvious example but so i guess that by way of saying i'm glad to turn the mike's array of will have a different kind of conversations absolutely yeah i mean i do love your podcast and others because and when i was doing my own it is a freeflowing conversation you know on my end of interviewing you there was a lot of pressure to because i had to think about time and i have about how to move you off of when i knew you wanted to write a in a sense it's a kabuki dance in a way i mean you know not to denigrate in any way what you're doing or what i was doing but we both had a job in in a sense i knew what you were going to ask me you knew what i was gonna say and you try to get me off of what i was gonna say and i you know was true and i tried to be disciplined enough not to make the news that i didn't want to make.